Vindulo Vineyards and Winery

Vindulo Vineyards and Winery (Vinogradi i Vinarija Vindulo) are an endeavour, a carefully planned family business created on the heritage of generations who used to live in the times when every farm in Bačka had a vineyard. Times have changed, but the memory of Dujmović’s vineyard and wines made with love and respect has been revived by Laslo Dujmović, who, in addition to a dental degree, also has those of a winegrower, winemaker and wine judge.

At the family estate, a “salaš” farmstead with a garden, with the help of winemaking experts from Sremski Karlovci and respecting the advantages of the terroir of southern Bačka, a vineyard was built that consists of unique, disease-tolerant grape varieties [1], which are not chemically treated: Bačka, Panonija, Kosmopolita, Petra, Morava and Frajla, but also those that are recommended for this area: Chardonnay, Italian Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Frankovka and Cabernet Franc. The wines of this house are an exciting combination of the characteristics of selected grape varieties, the strength and richness of Vojvodina’s black soil, and the alchemical skills of the winemaker who knows the secret of wine genialness.

Light, fragrant, drinkable, refreshing, elegant, harmonious white wines of this house Vindulo Mirna Bačka (cuvée), Vindulo Još Litar Jedan, Vindulo Italian Riesling, Vindulo Eureka, Vindulo Kosmopolita, fluttering rosé wine Vindulo Ros Anna (cuvée), strong red wines with luxurious aroma Vindulo Frankovka, Vindulo Three Star (cuvée), and liqueur wine Vindulo Slatka Eva (cuvée) are a passionate charter of human harmony with nature.

Among the wines, Vindulo Mirna Bačka (cuvée) stands out as a curious blend of white wines – a special blend of Chardonnay and Bačka. The wines of this house have been awarded many times in the country and abroad, and some of the most important awards include: Grand Appraisement of Serbian Wines in 2021 in the category of “White still wines from international non-aromatic varieties” (silver for Vindulo Mirna Bačka 2017); in the category of “Red still wines from international non-aromatic varieties” (bronze for Vindulo Three Star); Paraćin 2020 Wine Salon (big gold medal for Vindulo Eureka and gold medals for Vindulo Kosmopolita and Vindulo Slatka Eva), The Balkans International Wine Competition, Bulgaria 2018 (silver for Vindulo Mirna Bačka, 2016), International Wine Challenge Austria – AWC Vienna 2018 (silver for Vindulo Mirna Bačka, 2016), AWC Vienna, 2018 (seal of praise for Vindulo Ros Anna 2017), The Balkans International Wine Competition, Bulgaria 2016 (bronze for Vindulo Eureka 2015), Carpathian Basin Wine Competition “Đerđ Čavoši”, Hungary 2016 (silver for Vindulo Kosmopolita 2015 and Vindulo Eureka 2015) and Frankovka International Competition, Hungary 2014 (silver for Vindulo Frankovka and Vindulo Ros Anna).

The programmes for tourists and wine lovers, are organized at the “salaš” farmstead surrounded with vineyards in several segments: a tour of the vineyard and winery, wine tasting with selected snacks for wine separation, instructions for wine stacking and a short demonstration of wine evaluation. Snacks are selected and pre-arranged salty and sweet gourmets, which can include baked bacon, Temerin cheeses, baked buns with goose and duck fat, various pâtés and strudels, as well as fish, Gamay, “salaš” farmstead roosters and chicken turned into a main dish that contains typical tastes of the Vojvodina plain. All of the above must be announced and agreed in advance. If it is only a matter of wine tasting and buying, the visits must be adjusted to the working hours of Vindulo Vineyards and Winery.

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 08:00 a.m. – 06:00 p.m., closed on Sundays (announcement for group visits is mandatory seven days in advance).
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Phone: +381 (0)63 523 673 (announcement for groups); +381 (0)69 539 5085 (wine selling only)

Text: Gordana Stojaković
Photographs: Aleksandar Milutinović
Tourism Organisation of the City of Novi Sad is not responsible for changes in information and services.
The text posted in: May 2021

[1] The transcription of the grape variety given according to: Cindrić, Petar and Vladimir Kovač (2007) “Vinogradarstvo i vina“ (“Viticulture and Wines“) Fruška Gora. ed. Nebojša Jovanović and Jelica Nedić. Pg. 498. Beograd: Zavod za udžbenike.


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